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What is fun about this album is that at times it is a bit ridiculous but quite catchy.
Being a longtime fan of Wilco, but not knowing much about the Minus 5, I was intrigued with this release by the combined band members.
I definetly recommend this album to anyone who likes Wilco, The Thrills, or anything of that type of music.
I found this in the used bin at a store that proved once again they don't know what they are doing...
Who hires these people at a music store??.. Read more
The item was delivered earlier than expected, arrived exactly as described (NEW), and a perfect transaction. Thank you!!!!!Published on July 28, 2010 by Veggie04
Outside the box and great are not often used together, but it fits in this case. While I admin to being a soft-core REM fan, I had never heard of Wilco or Jeff Tweedy. Read morePublished on March 13, 2010 by Maven
Wilco and The Minus 5 have really pulled it together to make a great album with "Down With Wilco". You won't be disappointed and will like every song on the record.Published on February 5, 2009 by mattwsc
This is the first Minus 5 record that isn't "half good." The Lonesome Death of Buck McCoy showed pop smarts via great arrangements, but it was a fatty cut of meat. Read morePublished on November 15, 2008 by David Brown
Like many others, I came to hear the Minus 5 mostly because I was a fan of Jeff Tweedy and Wilco. I read reviews referring to this album as Yankee Hotel Foxtrot's cousin. Read morePublished on June 6, 2006 by Drew Macevenwick
As a huge fan of Wilco, I really wanted to like this album. I played it nonstop for days and weeks, studied its lyrics, and tried to buy into Greg Kot's and Jeff Tweedy's praise... Read morePublished on October 10, 2005 by Mike Smith
this album is the beatles put through the grunge grinder of disillusionment with 50s rock'n roll playing shoe-lah-lah do-wop-do-wop, in spite of the prospect of nuclear armagedon. Read morePublished on August 26, 2005 by M. Meyskens
I was very hesitant about this album, being a hard-core Wilco fan, and fearing a side project akin to Ben Fold's Fear of Pop or Bowie's Tin Machine where all the songs that aren't... Read morePublished on August 10, 2005 by Jeremy A Daniels